PM Theresa May's lawyer seeks legal fix to #Brexit riddle

PM Theresa May's lawyer seeks legal fix to #Brexit riddle

PM Theresa May's lawyer seeks legal fix to #Brexit riddle

In a statement, he stated: "This towns fund smacks of desperation from a government reduced to bribing Members of Parliament to vote for their damaging flagship Brexit legislation".

Scottish National Party lawmaker Stewart McDonald accused May of 'planning to break all spending norms, while Liberal Democrat Brexit spokesman Tom Brake tweeted that 'anyone who votes for the PM's deal on the back of this Tory promise is a gullible fool.

Meanwhile, Britain's worldwide trade secretary yesterday welcomed proposals drawn up by hard-line Brexit supporters that outline what it will take for them to support Prime Minister Theresa May's deal with the European Union.

There is no direct allocation for Scotland announced in the funding plan.

The backstop is a fall-back mechanism to keep the United Kingdom in a customs union with the EU to prevent a hard Norther Ireland border.

They want to examine any agreement Attorney General Geoffrey Cox reaches with Brussels over the Northern Ireland backstop - to ensure it is temporary.

The attorney general is trying to secure an enhanced "arbitration mechanism" that allows Britain or the European Union to provide formal notice that the backstop should come to an end, the Telegraph said.

"We will not, however, comment on the specifics of negotiations at this critical stage".

If May secures the demands, she would win the backing of Northern Ireland's DUP and many Brexit-supporting lawmakers in a vote on the deal promised by March 12, the Times said.

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"For too long in our country prosperity has been unfairly spread", said May.

"After Brexit, it should be for parliament to decide what rules are most appropriate, rather than automatically accepting European Union changes", May said in a statement issued by her office. That must be a change for the better, with more opportunity and greater control.

Those communities have a glorious heritage, a huge potential and, with the appropriate aid, a brilliant future ahead, said the prime minister, who is a strong advocate of the Brexit.

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell branded the initiative a "desperate bribe".

Asked whether the Government would back no-deal in the vote scheduled for the following day if the agreement fails, he said: "Potentially all things are possible".

He predicted that in the votes that follow a no-deal Brexit was likely to be taken off the table, and that the government would be instructed to seek an extension to talks.

As well as the money being dished out by region another £600m will be available through a bidding process to communities in any part of the country.

Talks between the two sides are focusing on helping Cox change his legal opinion of the backstop arrangement.

As May seeks to win over lawmakers, a group of prominent Brexit rebels set out the changes they want to see to the agreement in return for their support: it must be legally binding, clear and set out an exit route for the backstop.

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